A Dream Home

You may remember this house from my last post where the weather wouldn’t cooperate. Well, Saturday night may have only been 22 degrees, but there wasn’t a cloud in site so I rode back out to this abandoned house I found on Google maps to shoot some startrails.


This is a combination of 240 exposures. Each exposure was 30 seconds long. The exposures were then stacked together to show the movement of the stars in a two hour time period. The camera settings for the exposures were: f2.8, ISO 1000, white balance set to “tungsten” to help combat the light pollution from nearby towns.


The house is located near Pinetops, NC. It looks as though it was once a large, beautiful old farm house. It’s amazing to me that a house like this is just left to rot away.


Hope you enjoy!

2015 Calendar Preorder

2015 Calendar


Now taking pre-orders for my 2015 calendar! Everyone who pre-orders will be entered to win a FREE PRINT! Click HERE TO GET STARTED!

Raleigh, NC

So today I thought I’d share a photo from my new “home town”. This is Raleigh, NC at sunset during their recent Brewgaloo Beer Festival
Hope you enjoy!


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2013 In Review

My favorites from 2013, hope you enjoy 🙂 (click the slideshow to view full size)

Do you have a favorite?


Thanks for making this year an amazing year for Malcolm MacGregor Photography! I can’t wait to see what 2014 brings!

2014 Calendar Pre-Orders and Free Print Give Away

So I’m excited about the number of 2014 calendar pre orders so far that I’ve decided to give away two free prints as a thank you! Chosen at random, two people who have ordered calendars will also get a free 8×10 matted print in the mail with the calendar! For those who have ordered multiple calendar’s, you’ll get an entry in the drawing for each calendar ordered.

There is only a few days left to pre-order. After I place the order with the printing company, I’ll have a very limited supply. Haven’t ordered one yet? [button link=”http://malcolmmacgregorphotography.com/2014-calendar-pre-order-page” text=”Click Here to get Started!!” color=”red” /]


2014 Nashville Calendar


Best of 2013 - 2014 Calendar

Morning Light in the Smokies

Here’s another photo from my day trip to the Smokies. This is from the Newfound Gap Overlook on the way up to Clingmans Dome. I arrived just as the clouds were breaking a little and allowing beautiful morning light to stream through onto the mountains and valleys below.


2014 Calendar’s are ready for pre-order! Order yours today!

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Flat Rock Sunset

This is a sunset from Flat Rock on the Blue Ridge Parkway. The trail head is located on the parkway, just south of Linville, North Carolina. A brief hike to this view (probably not even a mile) was rewarded with amazing views to the west.

Special Pricing on Canvas Prints – Limited Time Only!

If you didn’t win the recent canvas print giveaway, don’t worry! You can still own one of these pieces (or most any other photo you’ve seen on facebook).


A 20×30 canvas normally sells for $250, but for a limited time only I am offering them for only $140! That’s over $100 off!


Special Pricing:

20×30 – $140

16×24 = $130

12×18 = $120


To get this special pricing, you must send me a message using the contact form below! Please let me know what photo you are interested in.


Thanks for you continued support!



Reflection Self Portraits

Here’s a fun series I’ve been working on for about a year now. I’ve been taking reflection “self portraits” in shop windows. I find them very interesting to look at, trying to determine what’s inside the window and whats reflected.

This first shot was taken in the window of the City Cafe, downtown Murfreesboro.  It was around the 4th of July last year, so the window was decorated with American Flags.


This next one is another from downtown Murfreesboro. Taken on a stormy, rainy day in the window of an empty shop. You can see that some construction is going on inside the shop.


Here’s one of my favorites of the series, taken in downtown Nashville. Lower Broad and the Batman tower are easily seen, as well as the cowboy boots and hats in the shop.


This one is another taken in downtown Murfreesboro. This window was decorated for the Christmas season and the courthouse is reflected.


Although it looks like it could be in a very bad neighborhood, this next shot was taken somewhere in rural northern Virginia. I liked the dirt and grunge and of course the bars.


This is a window at the Croft House at the Nashville Zoo. The pattern on the curtains is what prompted me to shoot this one.


This is from the Blue Water Grille on Center Hill Lake. The skies were great and the boats added something new


And here’s the latest, taken yesterday across the river from downtown Nashville.  You can see the Pinnacle and the Batman towers and you can also see all the way though the empty building


All of these are HDR images. Hand held 3 exposures (-2, 0, +2), merged in Photomatix and processed in Photoshop CS5

Paige and JD – Nashville Wedding Photography

Way behind on my blogging these days! So to catch up, I’m going to hit you with a series of short, photo-filled posts!

Back in September (man time flies!) I had the pleasure of photographing Paige and JD’s wedding. It was a beautiful ceremony and a fun afternoon/evening.

Here are just a few of my favorites:






































Thanks for looking!


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